“The one who cares for the future, plants wheat. The one who cares for the years to come, plants trees. The one who cares for future generations, educates people.” – Janusz Korczak
From medicine to banking, through to agriculture and communications, the digital revolution is transforming all fields of life. Just as academic institutions worldwide wake up to the fact that the education of students with the latest digital skills is a direct function of success, Technion has been named by a Times Higher Education survey as the top institute worldwide in inculcating digital skil
“This is a badge of honor for Technion,” says Technion President Prof. Peretz Lavie. “In recent years, Technion has placed considerable emphasis on training its students to meet the changing needs of the digital revolution. Advanced learning technologies are being implemented, including the introduction of MOOCs –MOOCs – Massive Open Online Courses – in various languages – and the development of the flipped classroom approach, which emphasizes self-study using state-of-the-art technology.”
In the recent Times Higher Education survey, representatives of global leading companies were questioned on required skills to succeed in today’s labor market. The survey compiled a list of top academic institutions for providing the best digital skills, ranking Technion first.